The Application Process
Thank you for considering Saint Benedict Catholic School for your child! The Admissions process is more than just an application. The Admissions process allows you to get to know the school and the school to get to know you and your student.
Request Information - The first step in the process is to submit an online inquiry. When your inquiry is received, we will send you information about next steps and upcoming admissions events and tours.
Visit us, Virtually! - Please see our recording here from our Oct. 13 2021 Virtual Open House on Zoom. This recording provides a wealth of information about our school, shared by our administrators and faculty.
Tours - We are happy to provide a tour of our school to your family. Tours take place during the hours of 9am - 1pm most school days. To schedule your tour, please visit our Calendly link here.
Submit an application - Ready to apply? It only takes a few minutes to create an Online Account and continue to Complete Online Application. There is a $50 application fee (non-refundable). We are unable to assess a student without a completed application.
Grade Specific requirements are listed below:
Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten
For Junior Kindergarten children must be 4 years old by September 30 and must be out of diapers/pull ups. Kindergarten is geared toward children who are 5 years old by September 30 of the entering school year. Since every child develops at a different pace, the assessment process helps place children based on their readiness and not solely on their chronological age.
Evaluation Form: An evaluation form to be completed by the student's school is required for applicants currently attending preschool and is included in the Online Application. Email information for the current preschool will be required and the evaluation request will be sent directly to the preschool via email. All evaluations will come directly to Saint Benedict School.
Assessments for JK & K Students: Assessments for rising Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten students will take place in person on Saturday, January 21, 2023. We must have your completed application in hand before scheduling your child's assessment for that day. We encourage you to apply early because we do not anticipate having many openings for our Kindergarten class for the 23-24 school year. After that time, assessments are scheduled individually, in person with our JK/K Teachers, on a rolling basis, once the application is received.
Assessments for Rising 1st - 8th Grade Students: Once we receive your child's application and records release, we will contact you to schedule an assessment. Assessments will be scheduled beginning in January and will take place either online via Zoom or in person (TBD).
Shadow Days: Students applying to grades 1-8 assess with us in-person and then spend the balance of the school day with their peers in the classroom as part of our "Shadow Day" experience. Once we receive you child's application, we will email you within 1-2 business days to schedule a Shadow Day visit for your child. Shadow Days will begin in January.
Records Release Form: The Records Release form is part of the online Application and will allow Saint Benedict to request information from the applicant's current school. Please be sure to submit this signed form at the time of application.
Acceptance is contingent upon the evaluation of academic records, recommendations and our own school assessments. There will be no distinction made as to race, sex, or nationality. As a ministry of St. Benedict Catholic Church, Catholic parents who are active members of Saint Benedict Church are given first consideration, followed by Catholics from other parishes, and then Non-Catholic students. Some preference is given to siblings of current students. The application deadline for priority consideration is January 31, 2023 for the 23-24 school year. After that date, applicants are considered on a rolling basis.
In compliance with its obligations under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act (1972) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973). Saint Benedict School is committed to providing students and families, prospective students and families, and employees with information about our Non-Discrimination Policy and Process as well as our Accommodations Policy and Process, linked below. Additional information can be made by contacting our Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator, Brian Wingfield, at email@example.com.
Non-Discrimination Policy and Process
Accommodation Policy and Process